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This type of learner is someone who needs to read and/or write down the information to learn it. They do well by using the traditional study method of reading from a textbook and taking notes, and prefer to learn through words. These learners tend to enjoy reading and taking lots of notes.

Guided Writing Lessons

Common Characteristics found in Read+Write Learners:

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  • Can remember information that they read or write down
  • Normally enjoy reading in their free time
  • Tend to write very detailed notes
  • Prefer writing essays to holding an oral presentation
  • Can articulate themselves better when writing than talking
Guided writing plan

Tips for Success:

  • Take lots of notes
    • make sure you include many details
  • Rewrite and/or reread your notes
  • Keep handouts and read websites and books
  • Translate visual aids such as charts and diagrams into words
  • Rewrite information into your own words

Reading 101 is a self-paced professional development course for K-3 teachers, developed by Reading Rockets. The program provides teachers with an in-depth knowledge of reading and writing so they are prepared to guide their students into becoming skilled and enthusiastic readers and writers.

Reading 101 was produced in collaboration with the Center for Effective Reading Instruction and The International Dyslexia Association.

Our brains are hard-wired to master spoken language, but learning to read is another story. Learning to read is a very complex skill — one of the most complex things that we ask our children to take on. And for many kids, it doesn’t come easily.

As a result, teaching children to read and write well can be a very challenging job. So much so that researcher Louisa Moats called her influential article “Teaching Reading IS Rocket Science.” (This incidentally, became the inspiration for the “Reading Rockets” name!).

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There are many reasons why children succeed or struggle in school, but among school-related factors, teachers matter the most. What teachers know and what they do in class every day have an enormous impact on student achievement.


It’s never easy, but when reading instruction is delivered by knowledgeable, skilled teachers, more students will be more successful, and all but the most severe reading disabilities can be addressed effectively. This is true even for students who are most at risk.

Reading 101 presents some of the core information that teachers need to help young children learn to read and write well and to support the children who struggle. You may want to start with the introductory section, How Children Learn to Read and then move on to our course modules:

Letter of completion

Reading Rockets does not offer CEUs for this self-study course. After completing the modules, you can download a Letter of Completion.

Work On Writingguided Reading 101


To learn how you can become certified by the Center for Effective Reading Instruction, visit Becoming a Certified Literacy Teacher.


Production credits

Reading 101 is a service of WETA/ Reading Rockets in collaboration with the Center for Effective Reading Instruction and The International Dyslexia Association. Reading 101 is made possible in part by a grant from the LD Network.

Executive Editor, Reading 101: Noel Gunther

Contributing writers and editors:

  • Suzanne Carreker, PhD, CALT-QI
  • Elizabeth Liptak
  • Nicole Lubar
  • Latrice Seals, Ed.D.
  • Louise Spear-Swerling, Ph.D.

Guided Reading Workbook

Reading 101 is a collaboration with the Center for Effective Reading Instruction and The International Dyslexia Association.